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    FOOTBALL STATS

    I live in Virginia Beach, VA and have only been able to actually watch two games on the tube, Iowa and Oklahoma, both were on live out here. I watched the Toldeo game on the internet and listen to most other games on Yahoo. Because I can't/don't watch the games live, I pay more attention to the stats in the Sunday paper (not a complete set of stats but just a box score). Aside from the thrashing at the hands of Texas Tech and Texas, stat-wise, I would say all other games were winnable. I look at the total yardage, time of possession, and turnovers the most.
    What stats do you pay the most attention to and why?


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    Re: FOOTBALL STATS

    you are correct... if we score it the red zone, either a TD or a !#@$!% Field Goal, we win at least half others if not more.

    things can only get better with Gene's personal on the field.

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    Re: FOOTBALL STATS

    Quote Originally Posted by sclotz View Post
    What stats do you pay the most attention to and why?
    The score.

    Overall, I don't care too much abou stats. I don't what they all are, but I think statistically we would look like an ok team. Good time of possession, plays, penalties, etc. So in the "traditional" stats - we're a little bit of a mystery being 1-7.

    I would have to say that our futility lies in red-zone efficiency which leads to stats like points per game, and turnovers. More of the prior, since we won the TO battle 4-1 yesterday (I think) and still lost. I don't know if they keep a red-zone stat, but I would have to think we're horrible.


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    Re: FOOTBALL STATS

    Third down efficiency on both offense and defense is a big one.



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